Here is the GodisaGeek review of the official game of the London 2012 Olympics by SEGA. Read the full review over at GodisaGeek.com.
GodisaGeek’s Terry Lucy has been playing PES 2012 on the OnLive Platform, but how well does it work from the cloud? Read on to find out.
OnLive’s Universal Wireless Controller can potentially connect to any Bluetooth capable device, including PCs, Macs, Internet TVs, BluRay players, tablets and mobile phones.
The first Trine was an indie gem, loved by many but played by arguably few. Is the second game even better or is it that difficult second album? Find out with the GodisaGeek.com review here!
Ella McConnell takes a look back at the much loved series, Oddworld.
The Red Faction series of games have been around for 10 years now, we’ve moved from first person shooter to third person shooter and the GeoMod technology has matured into something that’s truly a sight to behold, but does all that make Red Faction: Armageddon a good game? Find out with GodisaGeek.com’s OnLive review of Red Faction: Armageddon.
You’ve followed Frodo Baggins and the Fellowship of the Ring to the fires of Mt. Doom now take a look to the icy north in Snowblind Studios’ The Lord of the Rings: War in the North, find the review at GodisaGeek.com.
Read the GodisaGeek.com review of the latest stealth-killing title from Ubisoft – Assassin’s Creed: Revelations
The Harry Potter entry into the LEGO series is without doubt one of the best there is, with everything that is Harry Potter lending itself so well to the mechanics of the LEGO games. But in 2011, the year of the sequel, does it stand up a second time around? Find out in the GodisaGeek.com review.
It’s been a while since we’ve hung out with the Third Street Saints, a lot of stuff has happened since, some good, some bad, it’s time to catch up and see if this third outing is all that was promised to us. Read the review at GodisaGeek.com!
Does the Dark Knight return with a vengeance with the new game from Rocksteady or is Batman: Arkham City a joke worthy of the Crown Prince of Crime himself? Find out with Mark Bridle’s review, only at GodisaGeek.com!